2010 was a big year for me in a lot of ways. One big piece of that was this blog–and you. I wrote more than 100 posts (goal was 3 per week) this past year. And, as I look back, we covered a lot of ground. From the beginnings of HAPPO (hat tip to my friend, Valerie Simon and the 35-plus HAPPO champs across the country) to the PR Reader’s Choice Awards to any number of list posts (you know I’m fan)–we discussed, brainstormed and shared ideas.
Notice I keep saying “we”. Because this journey is co-dependent. This blog doesn’t exist without you. Sure, I’d probably keep writing if you weren’t here. But who would be listening, adding and responding? Not as fun when you’re out here all alone now, is it?
So, as a thank you (and a way for me to reflect back on the year that was), I thought I’d take a look at the top 12 most popular posts (in terms of unique views) in 2010:
12–5 keys to knock-your-socks-off Prezi presentations
11–The 7 most intriguing people in PR
8–5 recent Facebook changes you might not know about but should
6–11 steps to building an effective blogger outreach list
5–The skill set that many in PR are missing but better find quick
4–5 Google Analytics stats that can help improve your blog
3–3 B2B social media case studies and why they work
2–PR Readers Choice finalists are set